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Transceiver Connections




Transceiver Connections

The following data is being compiled in an effort to ease the pain of making the various transceiver input and output connections for the best performance. If you have additional information on tranceivers not included on the page, please feel free to send me your data.

Tranceivers
Mixer to Transmitter
Receiver to Recorder
Kenwood
All 8-pin Mic Models
Using 8-pin Front Mic Input
XLR 2 = Pin 1 = Audio +
XLR 3 = Pin 7 = Audio Ground
XLR 1 = Pin 8 = Gnd / Shield

Using 13 Pin ACC2 Rear Input
Pin 8 = PTT Ground
Pin 9 = PTT
Pin 11 = Audio +
Pin 12 = Audio Ground / Shield

Note 1: When using the ACC-2 input, the C131 capacitor must be changed to a 4.7uf for low frequency response to pass.

Note 2: The tranmsmitter MUST be keyed from the ACC2 connector using pins 8 & 9 if using ACC2 pins 11 & 12 for audio input.

Click here for ACC2 C131 mod
Use ACC 2 Output
Pin 3 = Audio + Output
Pin 4 = Audio - Output
Icom
756 Pro Series
7800, 775
Using ACC-1 DIN Jack
XLR 1 & 3 = Pin 2 = Gnd
XLR 2 = Pin 4 = Audio +
Use ACC-1 DIN Jack
Pin 2 = GND
Pin 5 = Fixed Level Recv Audio +

Note: You should include a .47 ~ 1mFd non polar cap in series in the audio line.
Yaesu
All 8-pin Mic Models
Using 8-pin Front Mic Input
XLR 1 & 3 = Pin 7 = Audio Gnd
XLR 2 = Pin 8 = Audio +
N / A
If you have connection information, please send it and I will post it here.

John M. Anning - NU9N
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